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Microsoft section about the DHTML DOM. Includes: definition; accessing elements with script; events: bubbling, canceling, handling; rollover effects; canceling elements; special considerations; related topics. [microsoft.com]

  • Netscape's information on implementing DHTML, including Style Sheets (CSS), positioning content, JavaScript, movement with DHTML, downloadable fonts. [netscape.com]

  • Microsoft's detailed information about implementing DHTML - Dynamic HTML Object Model References, HTML References, CSS, charts and tables, tips and tricks. [Resource via MSDN, microsoft.com]

  • Microsoft's section. Covers lots of detailed information about the event model, including life cycle, attaching an event handler, event bubbling, returning values and canceling default actions, event handler scoping, event object, keyboard events, mouse events, focus and selection events, load and readystate events, other events. [microsoft.com]

  • by Alan Richmond, WDVL. Great introduction to DHTML. [Alan Richmond, WDVL]
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    Free original DHTML scripts that are cross-browser compatible. Menus, clocks, animations, browser windows, games, online wizards, more. Site has good reputation around the Web. [dynamicdrive.com]

  • HierMenus are well-known and highly regarded DHTML drop-down menus with tutorials and scripts via WebReference. Cross-browser, cross-platform, customizable. Top-notch. [Originally created by WebReference.com]
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    by Jason Cranford Teague. Web site for his books on DHTML published by Peachpit Press. Good resource. [webbedenvironments.com]

  • by Thomas Brattli. Tutorials, DHTML forum, a lot of good DHTML scripts, including coolMenus, newsticker script, popup descriptions, pagescroll, scroll text, more. [dhtmlcentral.com]
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    W3C's main page for Document Object Model (DOM). Links to areas around the W3C site that cover the DOM, update information, news, mailing list, exterior links, and related.

  • W3C Recommendation [Specification dated 11/13/2000.]

  • Helpful W3C FAQ answering many common (and not so common) questions about DOM. Great reference.

  • Available mailing lists for DOM specifications, conformance testing, and related.

  • Latest W3C Working Group Note of the W3C DOM recommendations.

  • Table of contents listing to W3C recommendations for Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 recommendations, working drafts and related.
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    Microsoft section about the DHTML DOM. Includes: definition; accessing elements with script; events: bubbling, canceling, handling; rollover effects; canceling elements; special considerations; related topics. [via microsoft.com]

  • by David Baron. Testing for Level 1 Core in HTML, XML, Level 2, Node removal tests, more. [Test pages via David Baron's Web site.]

  • by David Baron. Tests (see above), demos for alternate style sheet selectors, font aspect ratio display tool. [Test pages via David Baron's Web site.]

  • Fabian Guisset is providing updates several times a year on Mozilla's DOM status. Includes a change log, current support for the different DOM levels, current focus of the DOM team, future plans, most important DOM issues and bugs, documentation status, how to help, who to contact. [by Fabian Guisset, Mozilla DOM Project]

  • [Article/tutorial dated 08/19/2003, by Robin Cover.]

  • By Icarus (Vikram Vaswani). Part I of this multi-part tutorial goes into an overview introduction, references W3C for further info, overviews objects/properties and navigating the document tree, wraps up with how to change CSS properties of specific HTML tags. Concise overview tutorial with code samples. [Article dated 09/18/2002 by Icarus (Vikram Vaswani), SitePoint.]

  • By Icarus (Vikram Vaswani) Part II goes into how the DOM interfaces with tables, frames, images, and forms, and includes how to change CSS properties of specific HTML tags. Concise overview tutorial with code samples. [Article by Icarus (Vikram Vaswani), SitePoint.]
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    by Jiri Znamenacek, Zvon. [zvon.org]

  • by Jiri Znamenacek, Zvon. An easy and handy lookup for properties of objects in JavaScript for loaded document and the same functionality for DOM objects. [zvon.org]
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    Valuable resource for many of the top resources on DHTML (online, books, more). Editor note February 2006: This site was taken over by GreyTower Technologies October 2005 with new volunteers, so info should now be updated before long. [CSS Pointers Group]

  • WebReference.com's DHTML section, including its popular HierMenus and other tutorials. [WebReference.com]

  • Dmoz's directory listings for links around the Web related to the DOM. [dmoz.org]

  • by Robin Cover. Annotated links - amazingly thorough links and information to W3C recommendation pages, resources. Terrific. [Robin Cover]
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